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Q U A L I F I C A T I O N S

June 2016 


Table of Contents    Section 1 

Corporate Information   

Section 2 

Awards & Recognition

Section 3 

Current Projects  

Section 4 

Completed Projects  

Section 5 

References

Section 6 

Project Photo Data Sheets  


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180’s Brands World Headquarters


Corporate Corporate Name:

Plano-Coudon, LLC

Corporate Address:

2101 Washington Boulevard Baltimore, Maryland 21230

Telephone Number:

410-837-2570

Fax Number:

410-837-2571

Web Site:

www.plano-coudon.com

Date of Incorporation:

July 7, 1998

State of Incorporation:

Maryland

Years in Business:

18 years

Corporate Functions:

   

Corporate Officers:

Brett Plano, Principal/Owner Ryan Coudon, Principal/Owner

Maryland Construc

n License:

Construction Management General Contracting Design/Build Pre-Construction Services

30996070

D.C. Construction License:

Registered

Delaware Construction License:

2010605833

Pennsylvania Construction License:

Registered

Virginia Construction License:

2705 113856

Federal ID Number:

52-2116907

Banking Reference:

PNC Bank One East Pratt St., 4th Floor Baltimore, Maryland 21202 410-237-5605 Scott Nicholson


Corporate Information

Bonding & Insurance Reference:

HMS Insurance 10751 Falls Road Brooklandville, Maryland 21022 410-337-9755 Nelson Oster              

American Institute of Architects (AIA) American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) American Society of Professional Estimators (ASPE) Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) Building Congress & Exchange of Metropolitan Baltimore (BC&E) Chesapeake Area Society of Healthcare Engineering (CASHE) Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) Construction Owners Association of America (COAA) International FacilitiesManagement Association (IFMA) Leadership Howard County (LHC) National Association of Industrial & Office Properties (NAIOP) Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) United States Green Building Council (USGBC) Urban Land Institute (ULI)

2016 Work in Place:

$69 Million

2015 Work in Place:

$30 Million

2014 Work in Place:

$57 Million


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Johns Hopkins University Press Room 


Awards & Recognition American Institute of Architects (AIA) § § § § §

President’s Award for Contractor of the Year (2011) Honorable Mention by the Baltimore Chapter of the AIA for the Agape Mission Church (2009) Citation Award by the Maryland Component of the AIA for the Towson University Daycare Facility (2007) Honorable Mention by the Baltimore Chapter of the AIA for the Towson University Daycare Facility (2007) Design Award by the AIA for Architectural Excellence for the 180’s Brands World Headquarters (2004)

Associated General Contractors of America

2013 Certificate of Commendation for Excellent Safety Record

AGC - Associated General Contractors of Maryland § 2013 Safety of Excellence Award § The Associated General Contractors of Maryland elected Ryan Coudon as their new Chairman of the Board (2009)

Baltimore Business Journal

Book of Lists 2013 – ranked #10 on the list of largest contractors in the Baltimore area

Baltimore Heritage Group

Historic Preservation Award from the Baltimore Heritage Group in recognition of the restoration and reuse of The Women’s Industrial Exchange (2004)

Baltimore Smart CEO Magazine

Plano-Coudon named as a FUTURE 50 company (2010)

Building Congress and Exchange of Baltimore § § §

Craftsmanship Award in recognition of exceptional craftsmanship for Electrical Work at the Baltimore Technology Park Data Center Expansion Phase 3 (2011) Craftsmanship Award in recognition of exceptional craftsmanship for “Custom Sheetmetal Work” at the Johns Hopkins University Dunning Hall project (2008) Craftsmanship Award in recognition of exceptional craftsmanship for Architectural Millwork, Casework, and Acoustical Work at the University of Baltimore Steven L. Snyder Moot Court Room (2005)

Construction Management Association of America §

§ §

Project Achievement Award for the Erinn McCarthy Humanities Building and Track and Field at Maryvale Preparatory School. The project won for Project with Constructed Value Less Than $30 Million. (2013) Project Achievement Award for the renovation of the Easton Hall at University of Maryland, College Park. The project won for Project with Constructed Value Less Than $10 Million. (2012) Project Achievement Award for the renovation of the Shoemaker Building at University of Maryland, College Park. The project won for Project with Constructed Value Less Than $10 Million. (2011)


Corridor, Inc.

Corridor, Inc recognized Plano-Coudon as one of the Baltimore-Washington Corridor’s "Greatest Places to Work." (2008)

Ernst & Young

Brett Plano and Ryan Coudon were awarded the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award in the Development and Construction category (2009)

General Contractors Insurance, Ltd.

2014 President’s Circle Risk Control Excellence Award Top 10 percent

Inc. Magazine

Ranked in the top 5000 list of fastest growing private companies in the United States (2010 and 2007)


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Maryvale Preparatory School of Humani es Building 


Current Projects Project:

Address:

Stadium Square III

Contract:

Baltimore, Maryland Caves Valley Partners Design Collective, Inc. $10,800,000

Project: Address: Owner: Architect: Contract:

Silver Spring, Maryland Erickson Living Development, LLC Hord Coplan Macht, Inc. $1,831,230

Project:

Buckingham's Choice - Phase I

Owner: Architect:

Address:

Riderwood Orchard Point Conversion

Contract:

Adamstown, Maryland Integrace Arris Design Studio, Inc. $800,000

Project:

Skyline Technologies Fit-Out

Owner: Architect:

Address:

Contract:

Glen Burnie, Maryland Skyline Technology Solutions First Potomac Realty Trust $900,000

Project:

Northbay Educational Building

Owner: Architect:

Address: Owner: Architect:

Contract:

North East, Maryland Northbay Adventure Camp KGRW & Associates, LLC $3,400,000

Project: Address: Owner: Architect: Contract:

Taney Village Senior Apartments Renovation

Project: Address: Owner: Architect: Contract:

Seasons Supermarket

Frederick, Maryland Enterprise Grimm + Parker $4,512,541

Pikesville, Maryland Seasons Supermarket 2nd Cycle Architects $2,839,000


Current Projects

Project: Address: Owner: Architect: Contract:

Jackson Recreation Center

Baltimore, Maryland City of Baltimore GWWO Architects, Inc. $4,049,842

Rita Church Community Center Gymnasium

Project: Address: Owner: Architect: Contract:

Baltimore, Maryland City of Baltimore Department of Recreation and Parks GWWO Inc./Architects $4,408,686

Project:

Residence Tower Renovation

Address:

Contract:

Towson, Maryland Towson University Design Collective, Inc. $24,000,000

Project:

UMB Langsdale Library Renovation

Address:

Contract:

Baltimore, Maryland University of Maryland, Baltimore Behnisch Architekten $17,000,000

Project:

UMBC West Hill Apartments

Address:

Contract:

Catonsville, Maryland University of Maryland, Baltimore Grimm + Parker Architects $15,325,000

Project:

UMB HVAC Upgrades to Medical School Teaching Facility

Address:

Baltimore, Maryland University of Maryland, Baltimore MS Engineers, Inc. $12,800,000

Owner: Architect:

Owner: Architect:

Owner: Architect:

Owner: Architect:

Contract:


Small Projects Division current projects include: Owner: Project: Owner: Project:

Baltimore County Cockeysville Recreation Center Parking lot expansion

COPT 7000 Columbia Gateway Drive Lobby Renovation Renovation of office building common areas and lobby

Owner: Project:

COPT Honeywell Tenant Improvements

Owner: Project:

Johns Hopkins University Barton Hall 1st Floor

Owner: Project:

Johns Hopkins University Croft Hall Basement Renovations

Owner: Project:

Pandora Restroom Renovations

Tenant improvements and interior office reconfiguration Renovation of 1st floor into new student lounge, staff offices and laser lab Renovation of classroom, office and laboratory space Renovation of restrooms at thier Baltimore headquarters

Owner: Project:

Vectorworks Studio II

Owner: Project:

Yorkewood Apartments Clubhouse

Tenant expansion of office space Ground up construction of new apartment complex clubhouse and laundry center


CurrentProjects

OnCallPrograms  Owner: Type:  Contract: Owner: Type:  Contract: Owner: Type:  Contract:

BaltimoreCityPublic Schools ConstructionManageratͲRisk Projectsunder$5,000,000

BaltimoreCountyGovernment Design/Build Projectsover$500,000

BaltimoreCountyPublicSchools BuildingRenovationsandAlterations IDIQupto$2,500,000

Owner: Type:  Contract:

ConstructionManagerAgency Various

Owner: Type:  Contract:

JohnsHopkinsHospital ConstructionManageratͲRisk $400,000to$850,000

Owner: Type:  Contract:

UniversityofMaryland,Baltimore ConstructionManageratͲRisk Projectsfrom$1,000,000to$10,000,000

Owner: Type:  Contract:

UniversityofMaryland,CollegePark

Owner: Type:  Contract: Owner: Type:  Contract:

GreaterBaltimoreMedicalCenter

ConstructionManageratͲRisk Projectsfrom$1,000,000to$10,000,000

UniversityofMaryland,CollegePark GeneralContracting Projectsunder$1,000,000

UniversityofMaryland MedicalCenter ConstructionManageratͲRisk Projectsfrom$400,000to$700,000


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TexelTek, Inc. 


Architectural References Alexander Design Studio 

GWWO

Ellicott City, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Architectural Design Works  Towson, Maryland 

Gensler & Associates Baltimore, Maryland 

Arris Design Studio 

HDR, Inc. 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Alexandria, Virginia 

Ayers Saint Gross 

Hord, Coplan, Macht 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Behnisch Architekten Bostn, Massachusetts Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc. Silver Spring, Maryland 

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson 

Baltimore, Maryland 

JRS Architects Inc. Baltimore, Maryland 

Marks, Thomas Architects  Baltimore, Maryland 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Marshall Craft Associates  Baltimore, Maryland 

Brown Craig Turner Architects Baltimore, Maryland 

Melville Thomas Architects, Inc.  Baltimore, Maryland 

Cho Benn Holback + Associates  Baltimore, Maryland 

Read & Company Architects  Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Rubeling & Associates, Inc.  Towson, Maryland 

Design Collective, Inc.

Whitman Requardt & Associates 

Colimore Architects

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

DNC Architects, Inc.

Ziger / Snead

Rockville, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 


Client References 

Under Armour, Inc.

Sagamore Development

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland

Erickson Living Foundation

Calvert Federal, LLC

Catonsville, Maryland

Middle River, Maryland

Structural

Caves Valley Partners

Columbia, Maryland

Baltimore, Maryland 

PANDORA Jewerly, Inc.

Integrace

Corporate Office Properties Trust

Nemetschek North America 

Columbia, Maryland 

Columbia, Maryland 

Class Produce Group

Skyline Technology Solutions

Jessup, Maryland

Glen Burnie, Maryland 

North Bay Adventure Camp

Enterprise Homes, Inc.

Govans Ecumenical Development  Corporation (GEDCO) 

Key Technologies, Inc.

Columbia, Maryland

North East, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Eldersburg, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Greater Baltimore Medical Center

University of Maryland, Baltimore 

Towson, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Helping Up Mission 

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Baltimore, Maryland  

Catonsville, Maryland 

Towson University

City of Baltimore Department of  Recreation & Parks 

Towson, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

LifeBridge Health System 

Baltimore Technology Park 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Maryland Port Administration  

The Maryland Zoo 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 


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Colombiere Community Residence 


UMBC—Terrace  & Hillside Apartments Renovation 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more County 

LOCATION:  

Catonsville, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Cho Benn Holback & Associates 

CONTRACT:  

$25,555,221

This project included the interior and exterior  renova on of 16 apartment buildings, each 9500 SF  and new construc on of an 8000 SF community  center. 

Interior and exterior heat pump units installed with  new ductwork, apartment electric meters were  replaced, new architectural finishes throughout  including new flooring, kitchen casework and  counters and new bathroom vani es installed. 

Exterior brick replaced with Hardi plank siding, new  front doors and new shingle roofing installed. 

Old balconies and exterior staircases demolished  and new enclosed steel stair tower structure  installed. 

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 


Maryland Port Administration–Cargo Shed 

OWNER:

Maryland Port Administra on 

LOCATION:  

Locust Point Marine Terminal  Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Moffat & Nichol Engineers 

CONTRACT:  

$21,768,189

PROJECT TYPE:  Industrial 

Pre‐engineered steel frame building 215’x1000’  with no interior columns 

The warehouse is 215,000 SF with 42’ ceiling  height and is used for paper storage 

Work included demoli on, founda ons, structural  slab, founda on walls, structural steel framing,  metal roofing , loading dock equipment, and all new  MEP systems 

Site work included underground u li es, new  switch gear, extending rail tracks, new rail loading  dock, asphalt paving, and a new entrance 


The Canal Street Malt House Condominiums 

OWNER:

Union Box Company 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Parameter, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$16,409,808

PROJECT TYPE:  Residen al 

Provided pre‐construc on budge ng, value  engineering op ons, and constructability  evalua ons for this $16.4 million phased project 

Phase I consisted of a 33,800 SF renova on of an  exis ng masonry shell into 13 urban lo  style  condominiums  

Phase II was the ground‐up construc on of a  53,400 SF, 5‐story building including 25  condominiums and a parking garage 

Other features included two glass backed elevator  towers, a “sky bridge” which connected the old  and the new buildings and a courtyard with raised  planters and balconies 


The New Colombiere Community Residence 

OWNER:

Corpora on of the Roman  Catholic Clergymen 

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson 

CONTRACT:

$15,647,730

LEED silver equivalent, 60,000 SF, 3‐story new religious building providing residen al, communal and worship facili es for 38 senior clergymen of the Maryland Society of Jesus in a suppor ve living environment designed to enhance aging in‐ place.  Construc on occurred on an occupied campus.

The project scope included 38 residen al rooms, a new chapel, library, main living room, commercial kitchen, and administra ve office spaces.   In addi on, this project included systems and equipment to meet the special needs of the elderly, such as nurse call systems and emergency power.

This project was completed with the CM at Risk delivery method.

PROJECT TYPE:  Religious/Not for Profit 


1525 N. Calvert Street 

OWNER:

Calvert Federal, LLC 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Architectural Design Works Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

105,000 SF new parking garage and office building  in downtown Bal more.  

Fast track project built for a local developer. 

60,000 SF of office space above a 45,000 SF  parking garage built on structural auger cast piles. 

Completed in just under 14 months with less than  5 months allo ed for the 60,000 SF of office  space.  

Limited staging and laydown areas; construc on  of shoring wall for neighboring proper es;  Bal more City LEED Silver Equivalent. 

$14,500,000

PROJECT TYPE:  Office/Commercial 


Towson University—Health & Counseling Center 

OWNER:

Towson University 

LOCATION:  

Towson, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Marshall Cra  Associates, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$12,002,265  

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

LEED Silver 40,000 SF, three‐story building with  student counseling and health suites. 

Complete demoli on and fit out of two exis ng  dormitory buildings as well as the construc on of  a ground up 9,000 SF building connec ng the two  exis ng buildings. 

The project included chilled beams, construc on  of a new elevator and sha , new MEP systems,  and backup generator.  

Also included a campus u li es upgrade package  which involved running new chilled water piping  from the campus power plant as well as upgraded  electrical services.  


Maryvale Preparatory  Humanities Building 

OWNER:

Maryvale Preparatory School 

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Design Collec ve 

CONTRACT:  

$11,313,325

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

New ground‐up, 28,000 SF Humani es Building that  houses a new 500‐seat auditorium, atrium and  classroom space.    

New synthe c field and track, along with new  so ball and prac ce fields, and scoreboard.  The D‐ Zone area includes long jump, triple jump, high  jump and pole vault events.   

The project includes new sep c field and pump  sta on, stormwater management and storage  facili es.   


UMCP—Elkton Hall Renovations 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  College Park 

LOCATION:  

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Design Collec ve, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$10,936,196

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

Complete HVAC renova on for an 8‐story, 115,500 SF  high rise dormitory including an all new dual  temperature system. Project also included demoli on  and replacement of mechanical room and new FCUs /  risers in every dorm room replacing old convector  system. 

Removed and installed approximately 250 new  windows and associated panning system.  

Complete renova on of building lobby including  ceilings, floors, millwork, corian wall panels, ligh ng  and doors. 

All work completed over three summers. 


UMUC—SFSC Building Renovations 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  University College 

LOCATION:  

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Design Collec ve, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$10,452,745

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

This project is the 143,000 SF fast‐track, interior  renova on of an exis ng office building.   

Three floors were renovated into administra ve  offices, classrooms, pantries, si ng areas, and  common areas.   

Preconstruc on services were provided including  value engineering, constructability reviews and  mul ple budgets at designated design levels.   

LEED Gold cer fied 

Construc on Management at Risk delivery  method. 


Under Armour Ivory

OWNER:

Under Armour, Inc.

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Brown Craig Turner

CONTRACT:

$9,178,000

70,000 SF core and shell renovaƟon including window replacement, roof replacement, flood prevenƟon work, fabricaƟon and installaƟon of structural steel stairs.

Fast track project that required keeping the first floor open and acƟve as a working gym.

In addiƟon to working on the core and shell, P-C bid the interior work and then started the interior work in conjuncƟon with compleƟon of the core and shell work.

HVAC installaƟon was also included.

PROJECT TYPE: Office / Commercial


UMCP Pocomoke Building Renovations 

OWNER:

University of Maryland, College  Park 

LOCATION:  

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Grimm and Parker Architects 

CONTRACT:  

$7,999,841

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on  

LEED Gold cer fied, 32,000 SF interior renova on  of an exis ng building. 

Three floors renovated into administra ve offices  for the UMCP Campus Police. 

Included in the renova on was a new mezzanine  level, four jail cells, locker rooms, communica ons  center, command center, and briefing rooms. 

Also included were installa ons of a new  transformer and emergency generator, custom  windows including bullet resistant, spray foam  exterior insula on, ADA compliant sidewalks and  entrances, epoxy flooring, new landscaping and  site retaining walls.  


UMCP—Easton Hall Renovations 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  College Park 

LOCATION:  

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Design Collec ve, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$7,497,665

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

The project consisted of the installa on of  replacement windows, HVAC and electrical  system for the 8‐story, 115,500 SF high rise  dormitory.  It was phased over two summers.  

Installa on of a new two‐pipe HVAC fan coil unit  system, as well as complete gut of the mechanical  room, including removal of exis ng convector  hea ng system and reconfigura on of the room  layout and equipment.   

Renova on of the main lobby included finishes,  ceiling  les and ligh ng, corridor/stairwell/ ves bule doors, and replacement of the exis ng 


Green House Residences at Stadium Place

OWNER: LOCATION: ARCHITECT:

GEDCO Baltimore, Maryland Marks Thomas Architects

CONTRACT:

$7,480,015

PROJECT TYPE:

Healthcare/Not-for-Profit

Ground-up construction of a LEED Silver, 44,560 SF, 4-story with basement, 49-bed skilled nursing facility.

This facility is the first in Maryland meeting all requirements to be called a “Greenhouse” facility.

Each floor has 10 “apartments” with individual handicapped accessible bathrooms and lift systems.

Each floor also has a commercial kitchen, as well as dining and living rooms, with built-in book cases and electric fireplaces. The facility also houses a spa/salon on each floor, and a physical therapy room.

One half of the basement level is fit-out as offices for GEDCO; the nursing home operated by Catholic Charities.


UMCP—Shoemaker Building Renovations 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  College Park 

LOCATION:  

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Whitman, Requardt and  Associates, LLP 

CONTRACT:  

$7,364,318

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

23,000 SF renova on  including upgrades to the  HVAC system, new CCMS building controls  ed  into BAS system for building energy management,  upgrades to ligh ng and electrical service, and a  new sprinkler system. 

The ground floor slab on grade was lowered 8”  requiring underpinning of 80% of the exterior  founda ons. Mechanical room was expanded  below por ons of the 1st floor slab on grade, an  exis ng pit was infilled with steel and slab on deck  to make the 1st floor slab one eleva on.   

New windows and doors, modifica ons to the  limestone façade to widen a ground floor  entrance, and architectural retaining walls were  added.   


North Gate Business Park Lot C 

OWNER:

Corporate Office Proper es  Trust 

LOCATION:  

Aberdeen, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:    

CONTRACT:  

DNC Architects, Inc.

$7,310,603

PROJECT TYPE:  Commercial 

80,000 SF fast track, 3‐story, ground‐up core and  shell office building and storm water management  pond  

LEED Gold cer fied 

CM at Risk delivery method 


Baltimore Cruise Ship Terminal 

OWNER:

Maryland Port Administra on 

LOCATION:  

Locust Point Marine Terminal  Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

STV, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$6,227,963

PROJECT TYPE:  Industrial 

Plano‐Coudon served as general contractor for   the renova on of 65,000 SF of exis ng warehouse  space into a terminal for cruise ships at the   Port of Bal more 

Demoli on included store front, metal sliding  doors, plumbing fixtures, framing, asphalt and  concrete floor, paving, and electrical and  mechanical systems  

New construc on included metal framing, metal  siding, concrete flooring and founda ons,  structural steel, overhead doors and pavement 

Exterior work included 1100 feet of exterior  canopy with insulated translucent fiberglass  sandwich panel roof system and new   underground u li es 


CSU Parlett  Moore Library — HVAC Renovation 

OWNER:

Coppin State University 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Design Collec ve 

CONTRACT:  

$6,181,115

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

The CSU Library HVAC project was a phased  renova on of an occupied 81,000 SF library facility. 

The project involved major mechanical and  electrical infrastructure upgrades that included a  new roof top packaged unit, new air handling units  in the basement, connec ons to the campus chilled  and hot water hea ng loops, DDC controls, and  sprinkler system. 

This project was procured through the state  Universi es system and all state requirements such  as prevailing wage rates, MBE goals and other  protocols were met by the P‐C team. 


GBMC–South Chapman Building Renovation 

OWNER:

Greater Bal more   Medical Center 

LOCATION:  

Towson, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

LSC Design, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$5,922,377

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 

3‐story, 62,000 SF renova on of an exis ng building  for a training facility and office space for the medical  center 

Interior ground floor renova ons were completed  in 10 weeks to help the owner meet their space  requirements 

Renova ons included replacement of air handling  units, cooling tower, boilers, fire alarm system, IT  closets and temperature control systems 


UMB–Biopark

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Ayers, Saint, Gross Architects  and Planners 

CONTRACT:  

$5,732,264

PROJECT TYPE:  Life Sciences 

Construc on Manager for the University of  Maryland, Bal more Biopark 2nd and 3rd floor   fit‐out for the Red Cross 

Project included 44,000 SF of laboratory space  with suppor ng office spaces 

Provided preconstruc on services including  budge ng, scheduling, value engineering,  constructability reviews and procurement of long  lead equipment 


Helping Up Mission Phase 2

OWNER:

Helping Up Mission

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Colimore Thoemke Architects

CONTRACT:

$5,077,605

PROJECT TYPE:

Education/Religious

This project is approximately 30,000 sf of new office, assembly and transient lodging space.

The work specifically included demolition, concrete, structural shoring of building facades designed to remain, sediment and erosion control measures, minimal landscaping, paving, curbs, gutters, new masonry walls, interior architectural woodwork, metal roofing, roof pavers, aluminum windows and curtain wall, drywall partitions, finishes, wood trim and new mechanical, electrical and sprinkler systems.

The project required extensive temporary protection as the site is connected to the adjacent occupied buildings.


Taney Village 

OWNER:

Enterprise Homes, Inc. 

LOCATION:

Frederick, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Grimm and Parker Architects 

CONTRACT:

$4,984,000

PROJECT TYPE:   Multi Family / Skilled Nursing 

Renova on of 123 apartment units with residents in place including new kitchen cabinets, appliances, plumbing fixtures, ligh ng, kitchen finishes, new bathroom fixtures and cabinets, new bedroom closets, and new HVAC through wall PTHP units.

New kitchens, walk in showers, sprinklers, appliances, carpet, VCT, etc. Common area improvements included renova ons to spaces with occupants in place to house new library, arts and cra s, exercise room, common area, common area kitchen, mailroom and offices.

New RTU, new ligh ng, new emergency generator, elevator moderniza on, sprinkler, fire alarm, LVT wood flooring, paint, windows, roof, entry canopy and ves bule, and façade cleaning and restora on.


TGD Cuts Cold Storage Facility 

OWNER:

Class Produce Group 

LOCATION:  

Jessup, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Providence Engineering Corp. 

CONTRACT:  

$4,826,623

PROJECT TYPE:  Industrial 

Converted an exis ng 60,000 SF dry storage  warehouse into a cold storage/produce processing  facility.   

Work included a complete refrigera on system,  insulated wall panel construc on, upgraded MEP  systems, suppor ng office space, and delivery and  installa on of a waste water treatment system. 


Montgomery Community College ITOC Infrastructure Upgrades 

OWNER:

Montgomery Community  College 

LOCATION:  

Silver Spring, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Cho Benn Holback & Associates 

CONTRACT:  

$4,731,823

PROJECT TYPE:  Mission Cri cal  

Occupied renova on and upgrade to the data  center at their Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus  

Work included 2 new 600 kW Bi‐Fuel generators,  new redundant power feeds and switchboards,  expansion of exis ng UPS system, new Power  Distribu on Units (PDU) and Floor Distribu on  Cabinets (FDC).  

Mechanical work consisted of replacement of all  CRAC units, new rack top cooling unit system  throughout, dehumidifica on units, hot aisle  containment doors, fan coil units and ductless  split system units, new standby roo op chiller w/  new pumps, starters and heat exchangers.   


Fairhaven & Copper Ridge Retirement Community 

OWNER:

Integrace

LOCATION:

Sykesville, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Perkins Eastman Architects

CONTRACT:

$4,456,645

PROJECT TYPE: Healthcare

Phased renova on on an occupied campus for two communi es suppor ng elderly and special needs residents.

The communi es have homes and apartments, wellness centers, assisted living and companion services.

Project included demoli on and replacement of kitchen, locker room, exam rooms, salon, auditorium, classrooms, offices and recep on areas.

Finish upgrades including ceilings, wall coverings, and flooring. New addi ons include an adult daycare, den and corridor connec on.


Johns Hopkins University Press Renovations

▪ OWNER:

Johns Hopkins University

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Read & Company

CONTRACT:

$4,191,520

▪ PROJECT TYPE:

Education

CM at Risk, occupied, phased interior and exterior renovation of a 4-story building built in 1897. Work to the building included a complete roof replacement, window restoration, and new storefront at the back entrance and in the courtyard. A ground level courtyard sandwiched between the building and an adjacent building was excavated to below the foundation, requiring underpinning to the building’s foundation and a new granite-clad architectural retaining wall in the courtyard. All new HVAC systems were installed, new art lighting, new architectural finishes, and new millwork including a custom reception desk and bookcases throughout.


Baltimore Technology Park Data Center Expansion Phase 3

OWNER:

Baltimore Technology Park

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Spears/Votta & Associates, Inc

CONTRACT:

$4,049,887

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial

Occupied fit-out of 7,000 SF of an operating data center.

Work included installation of a 1.5 MW generator with paralleling switchgear, UPS back-up system, CRAC units with rooftop condensing units, and PDUs

Also included a new fire alarm system throughout the building, a preaction sprinkler system, new EPO system, new BGE service, as well as an architectural fit-out of data room 4 with raised access floor, ACT, new doors, frames and hardware, paint, etc.


UMBC—Susquehanna Hall Renovations 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more County 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

James Posey Associates 

CONTRACT:  

$3,950,000

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

35,000 SF very fast tracked renova on to a  dormitory & one wing of an occupied dining hall on  an occupied higher educa on campus using CMAR  delivery method & preconstruc on services. 

All work was completed over a 65 day summer  period.  The  ght  me constraints required RTU's  and fan coil units to be pre‐purchased.  

A detailed site u liza on plan was developed in  conjunc on with affected University departments to  minimize the impacts to the func ons of the  occupied campus se ng.  The Dining Hall remained  open for service during the renova on.  


UMUC—Phase 3a Largo Academic Center 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  University College 

LOCATION:  

Landover, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

DNC Architects 

CONTRACT:  

$3,837,546

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

101,631 SF fast track, phased interior renova on  of an exis ng building.  Three floors were  renovated into administra ve offices, classrooms,  a library, fitness area, pantries, si ng areas, and  common areas. 

Installa on of new par ons, finishes, millwork,  ceilings and decora ve ceiling panels, 

Revisions to the exis ng lobby desks. 

LEED Gold was successfully achieved. 


UMB–Bressler Research Building 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Design Collec ve, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$3,437,593

PROJECT TYPE:  Life Sciences 

20,000 SF laboratory renova on on the 10th floor  of an occupied building 

Extensive mechanical, plumbing, and electrical  services for new laboratory casework and lab  equipment 

CM at‐risk project 

State Funding with MBE requirements 

Downtown campus se ng 


Structural Corporate Headquarters 

OWNER:

Structural

LOCATION:

Columbia, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Design Collec ve, Inc.

CONTRACT:

$3,327,335

PROJECT TYPE: Commercial

74,225 SF renova on of an office building and warehouse facility for a new corporate headquarters.

Complete demoli on and fit out of a corporate office headquarters which included office spaces, conference rooms, break rooms, courtyards, and new storefronts.

Project included customized lab space as well as architectural elements that embraced the nature of the clients business. Elements included polished concrete floors, custom concrete ceiling panels, concrete wall panels and counter tops.

Renova ons include a complete gut of exis ng building, infrastructure upgrades including new AHUs, fire alarm system, data infrastructure and control systems.


World Trade Center Renovations

OWNER:

Maryland Port Administration

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Whitman Requardt and Associates

CONTRACT:

$3,214,628

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial

70,000 SF (seven floors) interior renovation in fully occupied building

Included hazardous material abatement of six floors

Installation of new architectural finishes, including custom millwork and glazing

Rework of existing HVAC and electrical systems


JHU  Applied Physics Lab—Kossiakoff Center Interior Renewal 

OWNER:

Johns Hopkins University,  Applied Physics Laboratory

LOCATION:

Laurel, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

APL PESD (Plant Engineering  Services Department)

CONTRACT:

The project consisted of a fast paced renovaƟon and renewal of 44,000 SF of restrooms, classroom space, dining space and full auditorium space.

RenovaƟon and renewal work completed included new classroom layouts, lighƟng and power, fire alarm, and finishes throughout.

The project consisted of replacing the exisƟng HVAC system on the classroom wing with a VRV system throughout the facility and state of the art WaƩStopper lighƟng system.

Renewal of the main lobby included new finishes and ceiling Ɵle, and lights.

$3,162,187

PROJECT TYPE: Educa on


UMBC—Terrace & Hillside Community Center 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more County 

LOCATION:  

Catonsville, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Cho Benn Holback & Associates 

CONTRACT:  

$3,140,000

As part of the Terrace & Hillside Apartment  Renova on, the new, ground‐up, 8,000 SF  building for apartment residents to meet, study or  socialize. 

The exterior features of the project include  curtainwall & storefront installa on, Nichiha  siding, and a masonry façade. 

The interior of the building has UMBC Residen al  Life staff offices, a large conference room, two  small break out rooms, a great room with a gas  fireplace, a large laundry room and storage space. 

LEED Silver cer fica on 

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 


Glen Mar Educational Wing Addition 

OWNER:

Glen Mar United Methodist  Church 

LOCATION:  

Ellico City, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Alexander Design Studio 

CONTRACT:  

$3,067,395

PROJECT TYPE:  Religious/Educa on 

The project involved  the 27,000 SF, two‐story  addi on to the exis ng church. The new addi on  serves as the educa on wing and has classroom  space, office space, a day care, and a new outdoor  playground.     

The building is a masonry load bearing structure  with bar joist and decking.  The project also  includes decora ve stone, brick veneer, new  HVAC system for the addi on, fire protec on,  electrical, sitework and site retaining walls.   

Temporary walls were constructed where the new  building  es into the exis ng building to mi gate  sound and dust so demoli on work could be  completed without disrup ng the daily ac vi es  of the church. 


UMCP—Denton Community Quadrangle 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  College Park 

LOCATION:  

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Alpha Corpora on 

CONTRACT:  

$3,049,343

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

This project consisted of a 2.5 acre site renova on  project consis ng of all new walkways, pavers,  plan ngs, sod, and mul ple bio ponds.   

Work was completed between occupied buildings  on a campus se ng and phased to accommodate  campus life. 

New ADA building access created, founda on  waterproofing of dining hall, underpinning of  exis ng buildings, built‐in masonry grill and shade  structures created. 

Construc on Management at Risk delivery  method. 


Walgreens Pharmacy Stores

OWNER:

Various developers

LOCATION:

Locations throughout Maryland and Virginia

ARCHITECT:

Various architects

CONTRACT:

≈ $3,000,000 each

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial

Provided ground-up construction of eight 15,000 SF stores with all related sitework

Provided preconstruction services

Assisted in site selection


UMBC—Patapsco Hall Renovations 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more County 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

James Posey Associates 

CONTRACT:  

$2,841,820

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

The Patapsco Hall project was delivered using the  CMAR delivery method and full preconstruc on  services were provided. 

A very fast tracked renova on phased during the  summer months. 

The project included an HVAC upgrade, fire  protec on and alarm system installa on.  The  project also included the installa on of steel  pla orms to support four new roof top units and  interior finishes including doors, frames, paint, and  millwork.  


Montgomery College—Falcon Hall HVAC Upgrade 

Phase one of a mul ‐phase HVAC upgrade completed during the summer break on an occupied campus.

OWNER:

Montgomery College

LOCATION:

Takoma Park, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Burde e, Koehler, Murphy,  Associates

Project included demoli on, shoring, fuel oil tank removal as well as drywall, acous cal ceilings, and pain ng.

HVAC modifica ons included replacement of three (3) exis ng roo op AHUs in restricted work areas due to an exis ng truss system.

Also completed the addi on of structural support steel at the roof, cleaning and repain ng exis ng steel and added new stairs, gra ng and architectural mesh screening.

CONTRACT:

$2,829,537

PROJECT TYPE: Educa on


Johns Hopkins University —AMR II Dorm Renovation 

OWNER:

Johns Hopkins University 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Murdoch/Smith Architects 

CONTRACT:  

$2,815,000

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

This project consisted of a 70,000 SF renova on of  an exis ng dorm. 

Project included demoli on of the exis ng  ceilings, doors & select finishes.  New sprinkler  and fire alarm , AHU, exhaust fans and terminal  units installed.  The first floor areas were fully  renovated.  New controls and communica on  cabling was installed throughout dorm.  Snow  guards installed on the exterior and new  acous cal ceilings throughout. 

All work was completed during the summer  school break. 


Northwest Hospital Lobby Upgrade 

OWNER:

LifeBridge Health 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Hord Coplan Macht   Architects, Inc 

CONTRACT:  

$2,567,552

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 

New canopy constructed of stainless steel, custom  glass panels, and architectural precast concrete 

Exterior improvements included new asphalt  turnaround, concrete paving, signage, site  ligh ng, landscaping, and irriga on 

Addi on and renova ons included airlock  ves bule, recep on area, administra on offices,  wheelchair  storage, and main lobby 

New interior included millwork wall panels, sliding  glass doors, carpet, ceilings, ligh ng, HVAC, and  paint 


Pandora Logistics Center

OWNER:

Pandora America

LOCATION:

Columbia, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Gensler & Associates

CONTRACT:

$2,463,900

PROJECT TYPE:

Office/Commercial

56,350 SF renovation of their existing facility and a general upgrade to all areas of the facility.

Scope included a 5,000 SF vault addition, impact resistant window film on all perimeter windows, rework/upgrade/enlargement of catering facilities, and addition of a 2,000 SF outdoor covered dining area.

Intricate logistics. The two phase sequence quickly changed into six phases.

P-C worked closely with the Owner and department heads to minimize disruptions.


UMBC–Chesapeake Hall 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more County 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

James Posey Associates 

CONTRACT:  

$2,370,515

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

The Chesapeake Hall renova on project involved  the replacement of the HVAC system of an exis ng  dormitory and the related architectural elements 

Major project features included 184 ver cal fan coil  units, piping and all of the associated electrical and  finishes work to accommodate the new units 

The project also involved replacing all of the  windows and exterior cast stone with a curtain  wall system 

All work was completed during the summer break  with a six day week, ten hour day work schedule 

Plano‐Coudon provided preconstruc on services  including budge ng, scheduling and evalua ng  the constructability of the project design 


UMB–Saratoga Tower Renovation

OWNER:

University of Maryland, Baltimore

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Ayers, Saint, Gross Architects

CONTRACT:

$2,366,243

PROJECT TYPE:

Education

20,000 SF phased, occupied renovation on the 13th and 14th floors of a downtown building including office space, conference rooms, a board room and President’s office

Project included high end finishes, custom millwork, A/V system in the board room, new security, lighting HVAC and telecommunications systems

Project was completed while the building was fully occupied with limited storage and staging areas


JHU–Dunning Hall Renovation

OWNER:

Johns Hopkins University

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Melville Thomas Architects

CONTRACT:

$2,339,476

PROJECT TYPE:

Education

39,000 SF renovation from lab rooms into classrooms of an occupied four-story building

New HVAC system including a custom air handling unit built onsite in the 4th floor mechanical/ penthouse space

New electrical and plumbing systems, lighting and fire alarm system, and new bathrooms

Received 2008 Craftsmanship Award in recognition of exceptional craftsmanship for "Custom Sheetmetal Work"


JHU–Dunning Hall Lab Conversion

OWNER:

Johns Hopkins University

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Design Collective, Inc.

CONTRACT:

$2,287,472

PROJECT TYPE:

Education

9000 SF conversion of existing classrooms on the third and fourth floors into laboratories for the Biology Dept. and Mind/Brain Institute, and offices for the Psychological and Brain Sciences Dept.

Installation of an RO system, cold room, autoclave, clean bench, and fume hoods for the new lab spaces.


UMCP—LPS Low Vibration Lab Addition 

OWNER:

University of Maryland       College Park 

LOCATION:  

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

HDR Architects, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$2,090,498

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

4,000 SF ground‐up masonry laboratory addi on to  an exis ng building.  Work included a new roo op  unit, CCMS controls, and new electrical system.   Shell finishes, including paint and dissipa ve  flooring. 

A major feature of the project included two RF  shielded enclosures with 13 foot concrete pits that  were built to house large experimental magnets. 

The site access was extremely  ght and P‐C worked  with the Owner and facili es manager to minimize  disrup ons to the building’s occupants. 


UB–Forensics & General Sciences Labs

OWNER:

University of Baltimore

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Design Collective, Inc.

CONTRACT:

$2,064,249

PROJECT TYPE:

Education

6,500 SF renovation to administrative/classroom area into forensics teaching and general sciences labs on the 4th floor of an occupied building

New HVAC systems including two new dedicated RTUs, exhaust fans, DDC Controls, and seven lab compressor and vacuum systems

New electrical and plumbing systems

Wood lab casework and epoxy tops


UMB Howard Hall Animal Holding Facility

OWNER:

University of Maryland BalƟmore

LOCATION:  

BalƟmore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:  

Richter, Cornbrooks, Gribble, Inc.

CONTRACT:  

$1,923,000

PROJECT TYPE:  Higher EducaƟon  

3200SF interior renova on of 6th floor Howard  Hall to accommodate a non‐human primate  facility. 

Area designed to accommodate animal holding  rooms and laboratory support spaces for School of  Medicine research. 

Project included rebar reinforced concrete slab to  support weight of animal cages, updated HVAC  ductwork and VAVs, new wall par ons, as well as  wall & floors epoxy finishes. 

Work completed in an occupied se ng and using  CMAR delivery method. 


BGE Restroom Renovations

3,162 SF, 4 phased demoli on and renova on of  restrooms, locker rooms and shower facili es of  an occupied building.  

OWNER:

BalƟmore Gas & Electric

LOCATION:  

BalƟmore, Maryland

Work was phased to accommodate facility  opera on requirements and regulatory codes.  

ARCHITECT:  

Arris, A Design Studio, Inc.

CONTRACT:  

$1,850,413

Upgraded plumbing systems within the building  while also providing upgrades to the exis ng  architectural features, slight modifica ons to  exis ng the HVAC system and electrical service,  new building controls, and installa on of an  updated sprinkler system.  

PROJECT TYPE:  Commercial  


JHBMC–Crossroads Renovation 

OWNER:

Johns Hopkins Bayview   Medical Center 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Colimore Thoemke Architects 

CONTRACT:  

17,500 SF outpa ent clinic and support   office space 

Provided design/build services with the architects  and engineers which included design  development from schema c through  construc on comple on 

Project completed in an occupied hospital on  mul ple floors with access and noise restric ons 

Project required close coordina on of outages so  as not to disturb exis ng hospital func ons 

$1,831,229

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 


Montgomery College—Resource Center HVAC Upgrade 

Phase one of a mul ‐phase HVAC upgrade to the Resource Center

Project work was completed during the summer break on an occupied campus.

Burde e, Koehler, Murphy,  Associates

Project included demoli on, mechanical improvements, storefront entry, drywall, acous cal ceilings and pain ng.

$1,818,342

HVAC modifica ons included ductwork, HVAC piping, electrical and roofing improvements.

Also provided an architectural chase to conceal new mechanical piping.

OWNER:

Montgomery College

LOCATION:

Takoma Park, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

CONTRACT:

PROJECT TYPE: Educa on


UMCP–BSL 3 Laboratory 

OWNER:

Cer fied Level 3 Biosafety Laboratory 

New HVAC System included bag in/bag out HEPA  filtra on unit, welded seam stainless steel  ductwork with bubble ght dampers, and  differen al pressure monitors to each room 

University of Maryland,   College Park 

LOCATION:  

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Ballinger

Project was fully commissioned using an  independent commissioning agent 

CONTRACT:  

$1,681,506

Furnished & installed lab equipment including  sterilizer with bioseal, biosafety cabinets and  circular rodent racks 

PROJECT TYPE:  Life Sciences 


Agape Mission Church

OWNER:

Agape Mission Church

LOCATION:

Elkridge, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Ziger/Snead LLP

CONTRACT:

$1,679,237

PROJECT TYPE:

Religious/Not for Profit

10,000 SF interior fit-out

Audio/visual, lighting, electrical and mechanical work was performed using design/build

Architectural features included: custom stainless steel railings, new exterior signage/entrance, new storefront entrance, wood grid ceiling, custom pivot doors and 100% blackout shades

Wall panel system constructed of interchangeable panels of birch, homosote, and translucent materials

Electrical work received the ABC Award of Excellence for the project


TexelTek, Inc. Interior Construction 

Corporate Office Proper es  Trust 

LOCATION:  

Annapolis Junc on, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Arris, A Design Studio Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$1,630,732

OWNER:

PROJECT TYPE:  Commercial 

24,000 SF fit‐out of a 5th floor building shell into  two suites for COPT.   

Scope of work included new HVAC, plumbing, SCIF  construc on, architectural finishes and an  electrical service upgrade.   

Project required preac on sprinkler systems and  large ceiling mounted air condi oning units to  protect server room opera ons.   


Biomere Vivarium Labs 

OWNER:

Biomedical Research Models, Inc 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Dixon Salo Architects 

CONTRACT:  

$1,626,547

PROJECT TYPE:  Life Sciences 

13,000 SF fit‐out of a rodent vivarium in an  occupied building at the UMB Biopark 

Clean room type finishes throughout including  FRP wall panels, resinous flooring, and sealed  ceilings 

Included new MEP systems independent of the  main building including a steam boiler system 

Included a cage wash facility, sterilizer equipment,  animal isola on and procedure rooms 


180’s Brands World Headquarters

OWNER:

180’s Brands

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Design Collective

CONTRACT:

$1,618,507

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial

2004 AIA Maryland Design Award

Construction manager at-risk project

Project included 45,000 SF of office renovation and 10,000 SF of R&D space

Project included 60’ high feature walls constructed out of light gauge framing and decorative millwork panels that supported cantilevered glass-wall conference rooms

R&D lab area included production and testing areas


UMB–Dental School 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

RCG, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$1,615,742

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 

Mul ‐floor renova ons 

New service rough‐ins and mechanical equipment  room to support state‐of‐the‐art dental chairs and  laboratory equipment 

Project included modifica ons to drywall and  storefront par ons in order to make the spaces  HICFA compliant 

Renova on of laboratory space complete with  casework, epoxy tops, fume hoods, and full  mechanical gas, air, vacuum and water services 


City of Baltimore—Carroll Park Field House 

OWNER:

City of Bal more 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

N/A

CONTRACT:  

$1,385,000

PROJECT TYPE:  Athle c Facility 

Ground up construc on of a 4,100 SF field house  including mul ple bathrooms, a vending space, and a  shed / electric room to house all of the new electrical  panels & ligh ng. 

Project included demoli on of exis ng field house and  infill the 12’ basement to create a single story field  house. The field house consisted of two small split faced  block structures, with flat roofs, with a larger  architectural concrete  and steel canopy over the en re  space to create an outside covered gathering space. 

The installa on of baseball field ligh ng for two of the  exis ng parks baseball diamonds, with conduits included  for future expansion, as well as all new park street/ parking lot ligh ng.  


Northrop Grumman Office Fit‐Out 

OWNER:

Corporate Office Proper es Trust 

LOCATION:  

Aberdeen, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Arris A Design Studio 

CONTRACT:  

$1,253,481

PROJECT TYPE:  Commercial 

This project is a 25,000sf fit out for Northrop  Grumman at COPT North Gate in Aberdeen.   

Project Included mul ple SCIF and classified IDF  rooms, as well as office, conference room, and  break room spaces.   


GBMC–Oncology Unit 

OWNER:

Greater Bal more   Medical Center 

LOCATION:  

Towson, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

LSC Design, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$1,144,978

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 

9,500 SF fast track renova on, completed   in ten weeks 

Contract included asbestos abatement and  demoli on 

Replaced HVAC system to meet new air change  requirements 

Replaced Nurses Call System to meet the most  current technology 

All new finishes throughout the project 


UM School of Medicine–MRI Facility 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,   School of Medicine 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Colimore Gallow Architects 

CONTRACT:  

$1,071,341

PROJECT TYPE:  Life Sciences 

Construc on manager at‐risk project 

Preconstruc on services provided 

Project included removal of the auditorium floor  slab and installing a new slab on grade within the  building 

The roof and slabs were removed on three floors  to allow for a 15 ton magnet to be craned into the  basement of the building 

Project had a very  ght schedule to meet NIH  grant requirements 


UMB–Medical School Teaching Facility, 6th Floor 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Marshall Cra  Assoc.

CONTRACT:

$941,458

PROJECT TYPE: Educa on

4,000 SF renova on to the oncology, radiology, and pathology laboratory in an occupied facility

Installa on of new wood casework and Corian counter tops

Installa on of new shower and locker room for adjacent animal facility

Rework of exis ng HVAC and electrical systems


Imperial Capital Bank Renovations

OWNER:

The Kornblatt Company

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

MKA & Associates

CONTRACT:

$883,0650

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial

New commercial space with a 1,460 SF cantilevered structural steel mezzanine in between two occupied floors

Project included a handicapped access lift, executive offices, custom millwork, vault room, ATM lobby, conference room, and break room

Constructed a custom spiral staircase and railing system with integrated curved glass panels


The Women’s Industrial Exchange 

OWNER:

The Women’s Industrial  Exchange of Bal more 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Gant, Hart, Brune  Architects 

CONTRACT:  

$816,361

PROJECT TYPE:  Residen al 

Renova ons to offices, conference room and  seven apartments 

All new electrical, plumbing, mechanical and fire  protec on systems provided 

Exterior renova ons included window  replacement and masonry restora on 

Historic tax credit project 

Plano‐Coudon awarded a Historic Preserva on  Award from the Bal more Heritage Group in  recogni on of the restora on and reuse of the  building  


RMF Engineering Offices

OWNER:

Corporate Office Properties Trust

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Notari Associates

CONTRACT:

$767,452

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial

Office fit-out of 29,500 SF

12 week fast track schedule

Custom millwork in reception area and conference room


GBMC Milton J. Dance, Jr. Head and Neck Center Expansion

OWNER:

Greater BalƟmore Medical Center

LOCATION:  

BalƟmore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:  

Freeman Architecture

CONTRACT:  

$766,642

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare  

6,000 SF phased interior expansion and  renova on 

While adhering to ICRA standards, the  modifica ons /expansion included upgrades to  the exis ng architectural features, the addi onal  of new architectural features, the upgrades to  exis ng the HVAC system, upgrade to electrical  service, installa on of an up to date sprinkler  system, etc.  


Nemetschek Vectorworks Renovations 

OWNER:

Nemetschek NA 

LOCATION:  

Columbia, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Benne Frank McCarthy 

CONTRACT:  

$751,729

PROJECT TYPE:  Commercial 

Occupied interior and exterior renova on of a  COPT‐owned building to include architectural,  mechanical and electrical upgrades to 13,725 SF  of office spaces.  

Mechanical and electrical scope was design/ build.   

Installa on of sky lights and new exterior pa o  completes scope of work at exterior.  


Concentra Medical Clinic 

OWNER:

Concentra Health Services, Inc. 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Page Southerland Page, LLP 

CONTRACT:  

$672,417

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 

7,400 SF medical clinic fit out in 100 S. Charles  Street Building 

Clinic included x‐ray room, darkroom, eight exam  rooms, two procedure rooms, and a physical  therapy area with five treatment bays 

Fast track project completed in eight weeks 

Mechanical and electrical systems were delivered  using design‐build 


UMMC—T3N Office Renovation and On Call Shower Room  

OWNER:

University of Maryland Medical  Center 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

George Vaeth Associates, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$663,308

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 

This project was the 3,500 SF conversion of an  exis ng pharmacy into office spaces.   

The conversion required complete demoli on of an  exis ng pharmacy that was situated directly above  the Shock Trauma Triage area.  

This required extensive infec on control measures in  Triage in order to remove the dumbwaiter, it’s  enclosure walls, and to infill the floor opening with  structural steel and concrete.  

This project had mul ple phases in order to keep  adjacent offices and medical support areas  accessible.  


Our Lady of the Angels Chapel

OWNER:

St. Mary’s Seminary and University

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Murphy & Dittenhafer, Inc.

CONTRACT:

$653,003

PROJECT TYPE:

Religious/Not for Profit

Renovated 7,500 SF of office space in the historic chapel located at the Charles Town Retirement Village

Renovations were phased to allow owner occupancy throughout construction

Renovations included selective demolition, custom millwork, replacement of exterior windows, new interior finishes, and MEP systems


Baltimore City Public Schools Arlington Elementary School Media Center 

OWNER:

Bal more City Public Schools  System 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

JRS Architects, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$649,214

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

This project consisted of a 3,100 SF renova on of  the exis ng library to a media center. 

Project included demoli on of the exis ng library  space to prepare for new construc on—new  office area, custom millwork book cases,  children’s reading area, reference desk, flooring  with custom cut flooring pa ern, entrance doors,  replacement windows, pain ng, HVAC system,  ligh ng and A/V system. 

All work was completed during the summer  school break. 


UMMC—4STA Patient Unit Renovation  

OWNER:

University of Maryland Medical  Center

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Harris Kupfer Architects, Inc.

CONTRACT:

$493,689

PROJECT TYPE: Healthcare

This project was a renova on of an exis ng 20 bed inpa ent care unit to be u lized as a Trauma step‐ down unit.

This project involved light demoli on, minor electrical and mechanical upgrades, some new wall and door configura ons in support space areas, and new architectural finishes.

This project was fast paced, with an aggressive schedule, and included long lead finish items.


Law Offices of Cowie & Mott

OWNER:

Cowie & Mott, P.A.

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Denise Design Studio

CONTRACT:

$454,710

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial

Provided general contracting services for this project, which included a complete gut of three historic buildings in Baltimore’s waterfront neighborhood of Canton

Installation of very high-end materials and systems

Project was completed while the floors above the law offices and the adjacent buildings were occupied


Thomas Johnson Elementary/Middle School Media Center

OWNER:

Baltimore City Public Schools

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

JRS Architects Inc.

CONTRACT:

$442,148

PROJECT TYPE:

Education

2500 SF renovation of the existing library into a media center, as well as two classrooms, storages rooms and the media center office.

Work consisted of custom wood veneer bookcases, children’s reading area, and reference desk. Also provided new linoleum floors with custom patterns, paint, lighting, doors, frames and hardware, custom aluminum storefront entrance, HVAC, fire protection, fire alarm, drywall and ACT. Power, data/voice and audio visual cabling and terminations were provided.

Asbestos abatement and demolition activities were performed prior to the start of construction.


Cho Benn Holback + Associates Offices

Construction manager at-risk project

Provided preconstruction services

OWNER:

Cho Benn Holback + Associates

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

Complete fit-out of entire 14th floor of a 27-story building

ARCHITECT:

Cho Benn Holback + Associates

Work was completed while adjacent floors were occupied

CONTRACT:

$373,863

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial


GBMC–Retina Specialists 

OWNER:

Greater Bal more   Medical Center 

LOCATION:  

Towson, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

CSD, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$256,353

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 

General contractor for the renova on of this  2,200 SF medical office 

Construc on schedule included nights and  weekends 

Prac ce remained in opera on without  interrup on throughout the project 

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